Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
Some people don’t get enough restful sleep to feel refreshed the next day. When this becomes a pattern and affects your ability to function, it may be a sleep disorder called, insomnia. Our Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT – I) trained psychologists use a skill-based approach to treat your insomnia. The goal is to teach you the skills needed to get a restful, full night of sleep on your own, without the need for sleep medications or ongoing therapy.
How We Treat
Getting a restful night’s sleep affects physical and emotional health. That’s why it is important to get help with learning skills to improve the quality of your night’s sleep. After confirming that you have insomnia through an initial assessment, you will collect data on your sleeping patterns at home and attend sessions to learn how to improve your sleep habits. We’ll help you understand what causes your insomnia and aid in the treatment.
Using principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy we help change your patterns of thinking or behavior that may be causing challenges or difficulties in order change the way you feel.
You will be taught how to maintain skills for the rest of your life. In addition we will discuss with you environmental changes that may need to happen to improve your quality of sleep.